by Ivan M. on
Bad service. Small space. Mediocre expensive food. Music was too loud. Unfortunately, the music was not so good as well. So coming here only makes sense if you want to hear a particular artist that you know performs well.
by MaryAnn Z. on
I feel like it should be a prerequisite that dance clubs be attached to diners. And that diners be attached to dance clubs. First of all, I have never paid a cover there. I don't know if that's rare or not, but most dancey places charge a cover on weekends. Is the bar near the dance floor too crowded? Walk an extra 20 feet to the diner and drink at that bar for a bit. It successfully even FEELS like a hipped up diner. I can't even believe that it works. It would also be wrong not to mention the bowl full of stick-on moustaches the bouncer was holding one night. MOUSTACHE PARTY?!! FREE MOUSTACHE PARTY?! Are you friggin serious? More, pls. Music is excellent. Crowd is great. Never empty, not TOO overcrowded. AND IT IS ATTACHED TO A DINER. WTF. Amazing.
by Marchelle Baranick on
I'm not much of a club person. I prefer dive bars in fact. However, every once and awhile I do like to dance and lose a little water weight. Visually, this place is cool. Reminds me of L.A. It's a maze, you walk in, Oh big pretty room! You turn right, Oh big pretty Asian room and another bar! Is that a opium den? Yet another room, all blue, with another bar. stairs, left, right, up, down. I feel like I just fell down the rabbit hole. It's got a cool vibe to say the least, with two different dance floors with different styles of music. I think I counted 3 bars and two sets of bathrooms, with plenty of stalls to drop your drawers. The main top 40 floor gets packed, and late at night after much alcohol consumption, people tend to get more aggressive. Hey, it happens at just about any place with half dressed girls and stand up dry humping. Go in a large group, and try to grab a table in the upstairs section, it has a great view of the dance floor. You can play eye spy, or pick out your next victim